'Divine Meditations: Twenty Six Spiritual Qualities of the Bhagavad Gita' by Jenny Light

Published by Mantra Books,  Jenny's new book explores in-depth as a spiritual workbook to emulate and thereby become the 26 spiritual qualities detailed chapter 16 of the Bhagavad Gita.  Launched Jan 2019, you can get your copy now, direct from Jenny. £11 plus P&P.

'Spirituality is a process of stripping away what you are not to reveal the divinity at our core. By embodying divine features, we realise our true Divine Nature within.' Jenny Light
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Jenny Light discusses developing soul qualities from her book 'Divine Meditations: 26 Spiritual Qualities of the Bhagavad Gita' (Mantra Books January 2019).
I recommend this book by Jenny Light to all those who are seeking spiritual Truth. This is the first time that I have seen an author’s effort in relating a practical pranayama, a meditation, and an affirmation to each of the 26 Spiritual Qualities of the Bhagavad Gita. It is an interesting and inspiring way to keep us reminded of these spiritual qualities and to practically bring them into our meditation and everyday living. As Jenny says, it is a workbook in the process of getting to know your true Self by clearing out the old mental patterns and establishing new more positive states of being.
— Stephen Sturgess, Kriya Yoga meditation teacher (London), disciple of Paramhansa Yogananda, artist and author of The Yoga Book, The Book of Chakras and Subtle Bodies, Yoga Meditation, The Supreme Art and Science of Raja and Kriya Yoga, Mastering the Mind, Realising the Self. www.yogananda-kriyayoga.org.uk
Want to make your whole life a meditation? Read this book. There is considerable beauty here, and a great gift in these sacred chapters. Spirituality springs eternal in these leaves. Jenny Light’s luminescence beams through every room in the mansion of high spirituality—from the high theory of it through coaching your personal breathing. Everything you need to know shines here, within this book—and within yourself, as you will pleasantly discover. Jam-packed with spot-on, solid spiritual wisdom, shared openly and eagerly by an enlightened Jenny Light, spirituality springs eternal from these pages. This is a fine book—so good it should anchor the spiritual wing of your personal library. It’s a book to savour, to read again and again until you get it. And when you do, you will, like Jenny Light, find yourself enlightened. Seriously and joyously.
— Jack Hawley ‘The Bhagavad Gita: a Walkthrough for Westerners.’
Exquisitely written and produced, this book from Jenny Light serves as a guiding light to those on the path to self-realization and ascension. As her dearest friend and long-time member of Jenny’s devotional meditation group, I know this material well. Her words seep through every pore to the very centre of our being. Her intuitive gifts of leadership, guidance and healing all come into play in these eloquently channelled meditations designed to expand the mind, forge the soul’s purpose and reunite us with our own inner Divinity. I know the peace and joy to be gained from regular meditation and this book of guided practices including breath control (pranayama); withdrawal of life-force from the senses (pratyahara); chanting sacred sounds and affirmations; and single-pointed focus and concentration techniques all serve as steps of advancement to the next levels of spiritual attainment. This offering to the Universe is not simply to be read but to be known experientially.
— Anita Neilson, Author of ‘Acts of Kindness from your Armchair’ (Ayni Books 2017); spiritual poet and kindness blogger at http://anitaneilson.com

'Living Lightly: a Journey through Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (M.E.)' by Jenny Light

Jenny’s autobiographical self-help book ‘Living Lightly’, published by Ayni Books, is a journey to wellness from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. She is an inspirational speaker on recovery from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (M.E.) after she became ill with the condition in 2010 and left a career in teaching. Her journey back to health lead her on an inward discovery about the illness. The approach she teaches has five strands: meditation, self-healing, affirmation, personal growth and a raw food diet.
£12 plus P&P

I advocate the road to recovery is by not associating with the diagnosis. I believe CFS/ME is an energetic sensitivity: we operate differently from the bulk of the population. We just have to reinvent how we interact with the world at large.
— Jenny Light

Author Interview for 'Living Lightly: a journey through Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (M.E.)'. Jenny Light shares insights & answers how she came up with the combination of affirmation, diet, breathing, meditation and spiritual healing in her book.

Jenny Light has got a ‘light’ on the problem of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, as there are many mysterious explanations given to it. Having lived with this condition herself, through her experience, her fight and research, Jenny takes you on an inward journey to full health, though healthy living, exercises and therapies that can be used to overcome Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
— Jan De Vries, Nature Cure Doctor & Author of 'By Appointment Only' series

I have just read your book and wanted to tell you how helpful it has been to me. Particularly the chapter on acceptance, and viewing CFS as a gift. Your insights and advice are inspiring, and I intend to gradually build in some visualisations and affirmations to my routine. I was surprised at how accurately you put into words the ‘symptoms’, something I have struggled with. I say surprised as somehow I thought I was the only one experiencing it!!
— Joanne